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EXECUTIVE HIRE SHOW PREVIEW continued


Cost-effective Loncin solutions


E.P. Barrus will show its latest Loncin engines for re-power applications. It says that many hirers are extending the life of their existing equipment by replacing old engines and refurbishing the machines for cost- effectiveness.


Euro Towers’ individual style


Having demonstrated at previous Shows the versatility of its tower systems with the display of bridging, goalpost and cantilever frames built into one structure, Euro Towers has decided this year to showcase various individual products, including the Euro Ladder frame and the 500 and 232 towers, along with the Euro One one-man tower, Stepfold podiums including the Stairpod which can be used on a staircase, and the Minifold folding tower unit.


STAND E40 GreenMech chipper duo STAND E51 The line-up


includes horizontal shaft engines from


1.8hp to 12hp, vertical shaft engines from 3.6hp to


4.8hp and two V-Twin engines of 19.7hp and 29.5hp. Designed to be fuel-efficient and with low noise, they can be fitted to a wide range of construction equipment. The LC152 and G120 models are reported


to be popular for installation in machines such as cement mixers, vibrating plates and pokers, as the Loncin series have the same footprint as the existing engines.


GreenMech’s stand line-up will include the Arborist 130, designed as a straightforward, cost-effective road-tow wood chipper with a 970mm x 790mm in-feed hopper to facilitate the processing of bushy material, coupled with a 150cm x 230cm letterbox-


style throat


to accommodate heavily forked branches. Also on show will


be the ArbTrak 150 (pictured), which has a tracked chassis providing ground clearance of 274mm. Both machines have the manufacturer’s patented Disc Blade system, designed to give up to 150 hours of chipping before requiring re-sharpening.


STAND C20


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